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However, while Republicans were decrying Evers’ remarks, the progressive state group One Wisconsin Now welcomed them.

One Wisconsin Now said WILL isn't an organization producing unbiased information because they're ... a lobbying organization.

One Wisconsin Now revealed that Hagedorn founded a school that prohibits anyone working there from being in a same-sex relationship.

One Wisconsin Institute... asked U.S. District Judge James Peterson to enforce his earlier [early voting] decision.

"Whatever the outcome is, the electorate is going to be older, whiter and more conservative. That's just who shows up to these races."

The dust settled on Wednesday following the 2019 spring election. NBC15’s Leigh Mills sat down with two political analysts to discuss.

Joanna Beilman-Dulin ... has hammered Hagedorn over founding a school that has policies against gay relationships.

“It’s a pretty dramatic expansion,” said Mike Browne of One Wisconsin Now — a liberal group that clashes frequently with WILL.

Analiese Eicher, the Executive Director of One Wisconsin Now stopped by NBC15 News at 5 for “Unspun.”

The Madison Seminar scholars also met with ... Analiese Eicher, the executive director of the liberal group One Wisconsin Now.

Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now ... has so far identified about $500,000 that Republicans have spent on broadcast television.

A federal judge concluded three state representatives had violated the First Amendment by blocking One Wisconsin Now.

Banning people is just as problematic "online as it is at a town hall meeting," she told the Post.

The state Democratic Party and liberal group One Wisconsin Now have each filed a lawsuit in federal court.

[One Wisconsin Institute] convinced U.S. District Judge James Peterson to block the early voting restrictions in January of this year.

A federal judge ruled in January in favor of One Wisconsin Institute and Citizen Action of Wisconsin in a challenge...

[One Wisconsin Institute] challenged the early voting restrictions as part of a larger federal lawsuit...

[One Wisconsin Institute] convinced U.S. District Judge James Peterson to block the early voting restrictions in January of this year.

A federal judge ruled in favor of One Wisconsin Institute ... in a challenge against the provisions of the extraordinary session laws

Liberal advocacy group [One Wisconsin Institute] challenged the law’s early-voting restrictions in federal court.

“Brian Hagedorn is more extreme ...  than any recent Wisconsin Supreme Court candidate we’ve seen,”

"This is a real crisis," said Analiese Eicher, executive director of longtime refinancing advocate One Wisconsin Now.

“Student loan borrowers are Democrats and Republicans, young and old, rural and urban, men and women, people of color and white.”

Two groups who typically endorse candidates in Supreme Court elections are choosing not to.

In a blow to conservatives, a national business group came out to say it will not put money into the state Supreme Court race

“The real fraud in our elections is when politicians manipulate the rules to give themselves an unfair advantage.”

“Legal voters ... ought not be denied the right to have their voices heard in our elections because of bureaucratic roadblocks.”

In a challenge brought by One Wisconsin Institute ... Judge James Peterson in 2016 found ... voting changes unconstitutional.

One Wisconsin Now was the first to report, Hagedorn and his wife, Christina, in 2016 helped found a openly discriminatory school.

One Wisconsin [Institute] has sought to overturn the provisions of the lame-duck law that curtailed access to early voting.

A conglomerate of labor union groups, the One Wisconsin Institute ... and three groups ... filed three separate lawsuits.

[One Wisconsin Institute persuaded a judge] to strike down sections of the lame-duck law that restricted early voting.

The second was research by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now and third was by Bice’s JS colleague Patrick Marley.

One Wisconsin Institute ... asked a federal judge to block a provision that limited early voting.

Tony Evers has been ... drawing both criticism and support as he unveils new pieces to his upcoming budget proposal.

Joanna Beilman-Dulman, research director [for One Wisconsin Now], said the alliance has long had a “discriminatory agenda.”

Liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now revealed Williams offered to advise former Gov. Scott Walker’s presidential campaign.

One Wisconsin Now showed that, in the four years between 2013 and 2016, Kimberly-Clark paid a grand total for $1 in state income taxes.

Hagedorn helped found the Augustine Academy... continues to serve on the school’s board of directors, according to One Wisconsin Now.

Hagedorn’s involvement with the school, first revealed by liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now, has prompted criticism.

Hagedorn “remains intimately associated with an organization that actively discriminates against the LGBTQ community.”

One Wisconsin Now showed that, in the four years between 2013 and 2016, Kimberly-Clark paid a grand total of $1 in state income taxes.

The participation ... calls into question Brian Hagedorn’s claims that he will set aside these deeply held personal beliefs.

One Wisconsin Now held a news conference on the state supreme court election in the Assembly Parlor at the Wisconsin State Capitol.

Liberal Group One Wisconsin Now presented details of Hagedorn's involvement with the school at a news conference.

The Augustine Academy policy was made public Thursday by liberal advocacy group One Wisconsin Now in a news conference.

His staff realized there were plenty of outside groups expressing dismay at the lame duck bills [One Wisconsin Now].

As research by the liberal group One Wisconsin Now has found, “Vos’ financial disclosures reveal his personal wealth...